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"CLINICAL ARCHIVES IS ABOUT EXPANDING THE DEFINITION OF MUSIC"
This is independent netlabel for eclectic and illogical music. The basic directions : abstract, avant-garde, alternative, indie, intuitive improvisation, free improv, jazz, fusion, electronic jazz, free jazz, funk, jam band, live electronic, experimental, experimental pop, dark disco, contemporary, manipulation, neo-classicism, illbient, ambient, musique concrète, noise, tape music, minimalism, acousmatic music, sound sculpture, sound collage, classical, electroacoustic, acoustic, drone, new wave, field recordings, microsound, montage, psychedelic, folk, quasi-folk, post-rock, krautrock, prog-rock, post-punk, trip-hop, soundscapes, sound art, spoken word, strange and other forms ...
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2009
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electronic
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by dmyra
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This is a downtempo record [60 to 80bpm for the most], lots of zen/like ideas and naturalistic images. Quasi-folk considerations. --- dmyra [Robert Demes II] originally from the US, has made his abode in Costa Rica for the past 7 years. There he spends time studying the sound of sound. Visit me at one of those old networking sites to know just how prosaic i am. Contact: http://www.metaforr.org dmyra@robertdemes.net
Topics: folk, quasi-folk, electronic, prog-rock, acoustic, improvisation, sound sculpture, strange, other
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Clinical Archives
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Italian young electronic artist, previously member of the indie band Love in elevator. In 2008 she made her first (solo) concept album “USSR vs Paradise (in six movements)” for the italian netlabel vuoto. www.otouv.org Contact: http://www.myspace.com/johannmerrich How to be a flower-power nihilist. Photo by Antonio Campanella: www.antoniocampanella.com
Topics: electronic, ambient, drone, experimental, other
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Clinical Archives
by NOW
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"Ooo-Doo-Sigh" is a collection of live recordings taken from NOWs Japan tour in May 2009. It features unique & stripped down version of songs from their albums "Ooodipooomn", "The Hepadaboo" & "Frisbee Hotpot", as well as new improvisations & short sound experiments. These recordings also feature guest Japanese musicians: percussionists Chica Inoue & Viva Sherry, avant-garde guitarist Akira Toyonaga, vibraphone-player Izumi Misawa and...
Topics: experimental pop, electronic pop, improvisation, live, other
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Clinical Archives
by Joxfield ProjeX
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"Phantastique" is a virtual LP. The intension was to make a straight, plain and simple jam record based on some repetitive patterns, at least in Joxfield ProjeX' terms of what is straight, plain and simple. Not to get too much stuck into the spacey jams the tunes are separated by some short experimental pieces. Look at these moments as opportunities to get some good, fresh air. Even though it's maybe not heard in the music, the main inspirational sources for these recordings are some...
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Topics: progressive, psychedelic, experimental, jam, space-rock, electronic, rock
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Clinical Archives
by Various
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The Synthi Group is back for the second installment of their ongoing Electronic Music Studio (EMS) instrument centered compilations. With the popularity of Vol. I, downloaded over 41,000 times, it was made clear that an interest exists for the unique sound of EMS machinery. Vol. II continues the DIY ethic of the first, encapsulating a diverse array of sounds from ultrasonic frequencies and spring reverb howls to rubbery logic sequences and colliding inverted ramp oscillators. The members...
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Topics: experimental, space music, ambient, repetitive music, glitch, electro, electronic, psychedelic,...
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